The keyboard without keys. although is not the most productive, it still looks pretty cool on your desktop. This project should take no more than 15 minutes (the labeling the keys is the longest part.)
Some keyboard may not be eligible for this project. Those with gelatin dome cap keys (standards) will work.
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Step 1: You Will Need...
3. Screwdriver (type varies between keyboards)
Step 2: Remove the Cover of the Keyboard
Flip the keyboard upside down and remove all the screws. Take the cover off and remove the gelatin part (some keyboards may have a shield over the it. in which case you'll have to do more unscrewing) The unique circuit board should revealed.
Step 3: Mark the Keys
Plug in the keyboard and begin marking each "dot" with a sharpie. To know which "dot" is which key, press down the dot. Whatever letter, symbol, number etc. shows up on the screen is the key.
take your time and don't rush. If you mismark key it with be very difficult or impossible to redo